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Thread: Mt Midguard and Mt Asgard

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    Dec 2005
    Out on the edge of the bell curve

    Mt Midguard and Mt Asgard

    Asgard had impressed us with its steep symmetrical sides and glistening rock. So
    naturally the next AM we headed toward it....sort of. We started up the peak
    nearest it first, scrambling up, then down it's 4th class North and connecting

    As we approached Asgard, our confidence ebbed. "My, that looks pretty hard!" we
    each thought to ourselves. But when one looks directly on at a route, it always
    looks steeper than it is. Thus it was this time too. Nevertheless what we did
    find was 6 pitches of 5.7 ridge on delightful and solid rock, with amazing
    positions. My favourite route in the basin.

    We took the steep snow route off the east side and headed down to the frozen
    lake, to scout further routes on mountains named Wolf's Ears and Dak, for later
    in the week. Fresh and big bear prints were found. Black or grizzly? Anyone

    A steep 1,500 foot snow slope past our pals, the goats, led over the pass and
    back to camp, a full day in the books and more waiting for the next day.

    Pictures. eh?

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